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October 04, 1991 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-04

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Roundup

Continued from Page 78

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topping. Takes time but worth
the satisfying, delicious
result.

POMEGRANATE SYRUP
(GRENADINE)
2 large pomegranates
21/2 cups sugar
1 /2 cup water
Remove seeds from pome-
granates. There should be
about 2 cups. Place in food
processor with sugar and
water and chop coarsely.
Spoon into a glass bowl and
cover with a cloth. Let stand
at room temperature, stirring
daily, for 3 days. If kitchen is
hot, refrigerate after 24
hours.
Line a sieve with 2 layers of

dampened cheesecloth and
set over a pan of stainless
steel or other nonreactive
material. Let drip into pan
without pressing pulp. This
will take several hours. Dis-
card seedy pulp. Bring syrup
to a gentle simmer (180) over
medium-low heat. Reduce
heat to low and heat to no
more than 200, for 3 minutes.
Skim off any foam and funnel
into a sterilized dry bottle.
Cool, then cap or cork and
store in refrigerator. Makes
about 1 3/4 cups. For longer
storage, you may can accord-
ing to manufacturer's can-
ning directions.

1991 Ethel G. Hofman. All Rights
Reserved.

Fall's Tasty Treats
Are Always Appealing

.fa ia.ftS 4.

EAT WELL EAT SMART EAT KOSHER
AND FOR THE FINEST OF KOSHER PRODUCTS

Look for this emblem and be a name not a
number by shopping at a member market of
the Detroit area Retail Kosher Meat Dealers
Association who sells only the finest of select
kosher products which are certified kosher by
a recognized Orthodox rabbinical council.

FALL SPECIALS

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6th THROUGH FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th

EMPIRE FROZEN

OVEN READY
BARBECUED Heat
CHICKENS...
$1.89nb.
and serve

EMPIRE FROZEN

CHICKEN OR
TURKEY POT PIES
I I I I i. I I.$1A4 /Each
Great for a fast meal

U.S.D.A. CHOICE

CUBED STEAKS

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Great for grilling

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GET YOUR NEXT PAIR OF

SANSABELT

slacks at a sensible price.
Why pay more when we
offer them at discount?
We even include FREE
tailoring. Discount prices
start at:

99

of
f free
ree parking
behind our store

sizes 32-60
JOHN R MEN'S WEAR
543-4646

hours daily 9:30-6:30
Fri. & Sat. 9:30-8, Sun. 11-5
9 mile & John R Take 1-75 to 9 Mile

Lower the numbers
and raise the odds.

Controlling your blood pressure can
redu6e your risk of heart disease.

611..b.

Cash & Carry — Limited Supply. This Week Exclusively At:

COHEN'S KOSHER MEAT & POULTRY MARKET

6734 Orchard Lake Road, near Maple
in the West Bloomfield Plaza, West Bloomfield
Phone 932-3930

Michael Cohen, owner-operator
70 years of family owned kosher meat markets
Hours: Sunday 8:00-3:00, Monday through Thursday 8:30-6:00, Friday 9:00-1:00

OUR MEMBER MARKETS FEATURE THE FINEST SELECTED
EMPIRE AND ADAS KOSHER POULTRY. BROUGHT IN FRESH
DAILY FOR YOU THE CONSUMING PUBLIC TO ENJOY YOUR
WAY.

()American Heart Association

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Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

80

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1991

BAKED PINEAPPLE
ACORN SQUASH
(Makes 6 servings)
3 acorn squash, halved
lengthwise and seeds
removed
2 8-oz. cans crushed
pineapple
3 tablespoons
Fleischmann's
margarine
1 /4 c. firmly packed light
brown sugar
1 tbs. Grey Poupon Dijon
mustard
1 /2 c. dark seedless raisins
1 /4 c. pecans, chopped
Prick squash skin in several
places with fork; place cut-
side down in 2 quart oblong
baking dish. Drain pineapple,
reserving Y2 cup juice. Pour
reserved juice over squash.
Bake, uncovered, at 350
degrees for 30 minutes.
Meanwhile in small
saucepan, heat margarine,
brown sugar and mustard un-
til melted and smooth.
Remove squash from oven;
turn squash halves over. Mix
pineapple and raisins; spoon
mixture into each squash
half. Drizzle brown sugar
mixture over squash. Bake
30-40 minutes more or until
squash is tender. Sprinkle
with pecans during last 5
minutes of baking.
Nutrition information per
serving: 280 calories, 133 mg
sodium, 0 mg cholesterol, 9
gm total fat (29 percent
calories from fat), 1 gm
saturated fat.

CARROT APPLESAUCE
MUFFINS
1% c. all-purpose flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. ground cinnamon
1 /4 c. firmly packed light
brown sugar

(

/3 c. Fleischmann's
margarine, melted
1 /4 c. Egg Beaters 99

1

percent real egg
product
1 c. sweetened
applesauce
1 c. shredded carrots
2 tbs. finely chopped
pecans, optional
In small bowl, combine
flour, baking soda, cinnamon
and nutmeg; set aside.
In large bowl, combine
brown sugar, margarine, egg
product and applesauce; stir
in flour mixture and carrots.
Spoon batter into 12 greased
2 1/2-in. muffin pan cups;
sprinkle batter with pecans,
if desired. Bake at 350
degrees for 20-25 minutes or
until golden brown. Serve
warm.
Nutrition information per
muffin (without pecans): 167
calories, 124 mg sodium, 0 mg
cholesterol, 5 gm total fat (27
percent calories from fat), 1
gm saturated fat.

Courtesy of Fleischman test
kitchens.

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